Red Hood: The Lost Days #5

    Red Hood: The Lost Days » Red Hood: The Lost Days #5 - After School Activities released by DC Comics on December 1, 2010.

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    With a terrorist attack set to send London into mayhem and countless lives held in the balance, Jason Todd is forced out of the shadows and must call upon all he has learned to prevent this disaster. Can this fallen hero embrace what he used to be – and stop this catastrophe?  


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    Bloody Hell, Bollock, and Bob's Your Uncle. 0

    The Good: I love the cover, although it makes me really wish he'd done that costume. as much as I love seeing Jason Todd be awesome as himself, the difference is a bit jarring. The way he continually improvises is awesome. There's a lot of interesting thing to the plot of this issue, and it makes the slow set up of the previous issue worth it. I was a bit annoyed by the last issue feeling like a slow less interesting repeat of #3 but this one really stood out much better. Just like 3 did to 2 an...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Jason continues his run throughout London 0

    It's a race against time as Jason rushes to stop a Russian mob group from blowing up parts of London.   Pros: I'm actually glad that Jason got out of the situation that he was in by himself in the begining instead of relying on someone else. The Russian mob have a interesting set up on how to terrorize London using the bombs. Throughout this issue, I can't help to notice but to think that actually enjoying himself while stopping these terrorists. Its a bit of a mixture between his tim...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Brilliant as ever. 0

     The good: The story really is excellent, this miniseries is delivering all the way. This is the first issue in this series where I have really been kept guessing and I love how Jason handles all the situations, the art is amazing and I am really happy to see the cocky robin personality back. Although the previous teachers that Jason has had clashes with have been committing pretty awful crimes this has to be the first where I have felt that Jason really needs to win and the suspense the story t...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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